Haha true .. add one more..
Yah tu family bike hi nai 2 say zianda bandye nai Beth Saktye its not a family bike failure..
typical pakistani thought (iski tanki aesi hain mai apne bachay kesay bithaunga and iska sound mazedar ni...aray mazedar chaheye to biryani khao na kisne kaha hai silencer khao )
Can't smoke any 100, 110, 125 , 150cc category, Below 11HP, No expert mechanics, Too much plastic and add-ons, Missing kill switch and dipper, No matte exhaust, No EFI, Holy crap a flop bike!
Mate you didn't get the idea of this thread, we are not discussing the pros n cons or technical aspects. We just focused on the reality despite what we have been thinking in ourshells.
Where can one find the actual sales figures of YBR so far???
Yes, I know, people are now getting delivery timelines of over 1 month. Demand is more than double the actual supply in Rawalpindi.
you shifting to yamaha?
This bike is built on Euro2 standard, Yamaha follow 100% the standards rule, not like Honda, which follow only emission part of standard and compromise all others like Sound.
Dil kay behlanay ko Ghalib yeh khayal acha hai!
In all YBR threads you will read same stories..
Would it cause any significant advantage if we replace Yamaha YBR-125 stock battery with a dry one?
Biggest advantage being dry, your bike will remain safe from the damage caused by acid. Secondly dry batteries have much longer life.
Would you suggest any specific dry battery for YBR-125. Sorry for noob question, I don't have knowledge/experience in this regard.
i think stock battery is doing great job why you want to change battery?
Not that I want to replace. Actually, I am trying to figure out whether I should replace or not.
I think you shouldn't change the battery... If really wanna change then check the Stock battery AMP and check the Battery Area in Side box, and go to maximum AMP battery which can fit the available size of Battery compartment, It will good in case of you wanna some customization in near future..Like Adding HID, Track Light, etc
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Going liquid acid free. My bike fell on its side once and acid from the battery spilled on the silencer, ruining it.
A bigger battery could be harmful for the stock charger as it will put extra load on the charger, which result in lesser battery life also. The same phenomenon with our normal UPS at home can applied here where you simply cannot bigger batteries with smaller chargers / UPS.